Online donations:

We are pleased to accept online donations in U.S. dollars, Euros, pound sterling, and Israeli shekels, made possible through our partnership with Israel Gives, an Israeli non-profit organization committed to furthering Israeli philanthropy.  Israel Gives has partnered with American Support for Israel, Inc., an American 501(c)(3) public charity, and UK Toremet in the UK, so that donations from the U.S.and U.K. are tax deductible.

To make an online donation, go to


By check:

1.  We accept U.S. tax-deductible donations by check through American Support for Israel, a 501(c)(3) public charity that encourages philanthropy to Israel.


Please make the donation out to “American Support for Israel” and write “Rabbis for Human Rights, ID #580151967”in the “For” column of the check.

You are also invited to attach a letter to your contribution in which you indicate the organization you recommend the donation be used for.  If you’d like the donation to be used for a specific project, please let us know directly.

Please mail your contribution to:

American Support for Israel
PO Box 3263
Washington, DC 20010


2. We accept U.S. tax-deductible donations by check through the New Israel Fund. Checks (minimum $100), made out to the New Israel Fund, and marked as “donor advised to Rabbis for Human Rights” in the memo line, may be sent to:


New Israel Fund

2100 M Street NW

Suite 619

Washington DC 20037


Please let us know that you sent a donation to us via American Support for Israel or via the New Israel Fund by sending an email to Adena Ben-Reuven, Grants Director, at [email protected]


Direct deposits in any currency:

Bank HaPoalim| Hapalmach Branch | 38 Hapalmach St. |Jerusalem, ISRAEL

Bank number 12 | Branch number 574 | Account No. 270639 | Swift number:  POALILIT | IBAN: IL 48-0125-7400-0000-0270-639

Please let us know if you have made a direct deposit: [email protected]  | +972-2-648 2757


Canadian Donors:

Please contact us directly at [email protected]  to discuss ways of giving in Canada.


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